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September 28, 2010 by Post Team 

Austin News, A man armed with automatic weapons, only to death after being shot several rounds in the morning in the library of the University of Texas at Austin campus, in a scene of the fire closest to the most famous school of history United States, according to reports from local media and universities.Although no injuries, is seeking a second shooter by the authorities on their website, the university said at 9: 43 PM CDT “The man armed suspect in the library of PCL is dead “in reference to the Perry Castaneda Library, Central Library of campus expansion.

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When there is no such thing happen to have a campus system, which comes into force. sirens and made the announcement through the speakers on the campus of the population to stay and remain in the buildings that is the situation in which we are now, “Hill said.I want you to know that the school is closed. All students, faculty, staff and visitors should stay home and follow the instructions (speaker, message, text messages and the uniformed police). You will be notified when the situation stabilizes. “

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